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Real-world reasons why novels are rejected on the first page

Writer Laura Droege reports on an experience at a writers conference workshop that highlights reasons why many first pages fail to provoke a turn of the page by literary agents. At this conference, four agents on a panel listened as...

New Literary Agent Alert: Sarah Bedingfield of the Levine, Greenberg, Rostan Literary Agency

Literary agent Sarah Bedingfield is open to queries! She is looking for most types of literary and upmarket commercial fiction. The post New Literary Agent Alert: Sarah Bedingfield of the Levine, Greenberg, Rostan Literary Agency appeared first on WritersDigest.com.

Mastering the Dreaded Synopsis

Follow these tips and suggestions from literary agent Kaitlyn Johnson to learn how to write a synopsis for your novel. The post Mastering the Dreaded Synopsis appeared first on WritersDigest.com.

#DVpit Twitter Contest for Marginalized Voices

The Twitter contest #DVpit showcases pitches from marginalized voices. Over 50 literary agents and editors participate in the event, and 25 authors have been signed by agents in the past year. The post #DVpit Twitter Contest for Marginalized Voices appeared first on WritersDigest.com.

New Literary Agent Alert: Joanna MacKenzie of the Nelson Literary Agency

Literary agent Joanna MacKenzie is open to queries! She is looking for women’s fiction, mysteries, thrillers, coming-of-age young adult stories, and more. The post New Literary Agent Alert: Joanna MacKenzie of the Nelson Literary Agency appeared first on WritersDigest.com.

Huma Abedin Reportedly Wants $2 Million for a Tell-All Book

She’s rumored to be meeting with “top literary agents” to discuss a book deal.

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Welcome to the Apocalypse! My name is Sara Megibow and I’m the literary agent representing Fred and his amazing epic science fiction poem, APOCALYPSE.

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Channel your literary genius through WEbook, an online community where you can share your works, get feedback from other writers & readers, and find literary agents.

Agent Update: Roseanne Wells of The Jennifer De Chiara Literary Agency

Literary agent Roseanne Wells of The Jennifer De Chiara Literary Agency is open to queries! She is opening up to picture books, and is still interested in young adult, middle grade, literary fiction, and much more. The post Agent Update: Roseanne Wells of The Jennifer De Chiara Literary Agency appeared first on WritersDigest.com.

Reflections on Rejections: How I Learned to Query by Working as a Lit Agency Reader

After ninety-nine rejections from agents, and then even more from publishers, Shannon Parker learned to query by interning for a literary agency. And her inspiration for never giving up? Her six-year-old son. The post Reflections on Rejections: How I Learned to Query by Working as a Lit Agency Reader appeared first on WritersDigest.com.

New Literary Agent Alert: Kaitlyn Johnson of Corvisiero Literary Agency

Literary agent Kaitlyn Johnson is open to queries! She is looking for young adult, new adult, and adult fiction in a variety of genres. The post New Literary Agent Alert: Kaitlyn Johnson of Corvisiero Literary Agency appeared first on WritersDigest.com.

10 Ways to Make Your Submission Stand Out in the Slush Pile

Literary agents receive thousands of solicited and unsolicited submissions in their respective query inboxes. As a writer, follow these 10 tips give yourself the best chance of standing out in the slush pile. The post 10 Ways to Make Your Submission Stand Out in the Slush Pile appeared first on WritersDigest.com.

New Literary Agent Alert: Kortney Price of Holloway Literary

Literary agent Kortney Price of Holloway Literary is open to queries! She is looking for middle-grade, young adult, and new adult fiction. The post New Literary Agent Alert: Kortney Price of Holloway Literary appeared first on WritersDigest.com.

New Literary Agent Alert: John Bowers of the Bent Agency

Literary agent John Bowers of the Bent Agency is open to queries! He is looking for Southern Gothic and Souther-influenced literary fiction, as well as science fiction and dystopian fiction. He’s also interested in narrative nonfiction. The post New Literary Agent Alert: John Bowers of the Bent Agency appeared first on WritersDigest.com.

Ex-Big Frame Agent To Lead Digital Talent At Authentic With Clients Like Jenn McAllister

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Across 13 years, talent agency Authentic has built up a broad roster of clients across the film, TV, theater, and literary industries. Now, with its latest hire, Authentic is increasing the scope of its digital media operation as well. Show More Summary

New Literary Agent Alert: Damian McNicholl of the Jennifer De Chiara Literary Agency

Literary agent Damian McNicholl of the Jennifer De Chiara Literary Agency is open to queries! He is looking for literary and commercial fiction, as well as a variety of nonfiction subjects. The post New Literary Agent Alert: Damian McNicholl of the Jennifer De Chiara Literary Agency appeared first on WritersDigest.com.

New Literary Agent Alert: Claire Easton of Painted Words

Literary agent Claire Easton is open to queries! She is looking for a variety of children’s picture books, as well as young adult and middle grade fiction. The post New Literary Agent Alert: Claire Easton of Painted Words appeared first on WritersDigest.com.

Vern Co Joins Gersh As New TV & Theater Agent

Gersh is expanding their New York team, adding Vern Co as a new agent in the TV Literary and Theater Departments, to bolster theater client profiles in TV. In this new role, Co will be working closely with the Gersh Theatre Department...Show More Summary

New Literary Agent Alert: Justin Wells of Corvisiero Literary

Justin is looking to represent middle grade, young adult, new adult, and adult novels. For middle grade, he is actively seeking fantasy, science fiction, paranormal, adventure, and historical fiction. In young adult, he is seeking fantasy, science fiction, paranormal, adventure, historical fiction, contemporary, and dystopian. Show More Summary

How to Overcome Rejection by 200 Literary Agents (& Still Land a Book Deal)

Loretta Ellsworth shares her story of finding an agent to represent her historical fiction—including rejection by more than 200 literary agents. The post How to Overcome Rejection by 200 Literary Agents (& Still Land a Book Deal) appeared first on WritersDigest.com.

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